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But a surprising part of the story is that software pirates, who later go genuine through the amnesty route, get a “better deal” from Microsoft than customers who buy legal software first-hand.
For instance in India, where majority of assembled computers are shipped with illegal XP software, a full licensed edition of Windows XP Pro costs ~5 at the Microsoft Online Store while the Get Genuine kit (that convert illegal software into licensed version) is priced at only ~0.
Genuine Kit has a Windows XP Product Key Update tool to convert any pirated Windows XP software into a licensed version.
And it is more expensive to buy a licensed version of XP Professional than to convert your pirated XP into a licensed version.
If you are running a pirated copy of Windows XP Professional (or Home Edition), you can very easily convert it into a properly licensed version by just updating your XP Product Key that comes with the Get Genuine kit.
Also read Bill Gates’ confession on Software Piracy.
Update Microsoft has now sent a statement to Polygon that says even if pirates do update their old non-licensed version of Windows to Windows 10, they will still be using an un-licensed software product.
Speaking to "We are upgrading all qualified PCs, genuine and non-genuine, to Windows 10," he said in a telephone interview with Reuters.
The plan is to "re-engage" with the hundreds of millions of users of Windows in China, he said, without elaboration.
If a device was considered non-genuine or mis-licensed prior to the upgrade, that device will continue to be considered non-genuine or mis-licensed after the upgrade." Original story In what may turn out to be an historic move in the battle against piracy, Microsoft's Terry Myerson has announced that the software vendor will allow all customers — whether they're running genuine Windows software or a pirated version — to upgrade to Windows 10 for free.The move is clearly targeted at the Chinese market, where two-thirds of all PCs run pirated versions of Windows.